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The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has taken action against Vodafone Ireland

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has taken action against Vodafone Ireland after it found that the telecoms firm was not complying w(...)

Vodafone has been hauled over the coals by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission after it broke the law when selling services online. Photograph: Bloomberg

Vodafone has been ordered to tell Irish customers how they can cancel their contracts. A state watchdog said the telecoms company was not complying wi(...)

Business revenues at UPC Ireland were up 23 per cent in the second quarter partly as a result of its ecent acquisition of BitBuzz and also indicative of continuing economic recovery and the appetite which exists for highly competitive services the company said.

UPC Ireland, owned by billionaire John Malone’s Liberty Global, said on Wednesday that it grew its Irish subscriber base in the second quarter of the(...)

Liberty bought its initial holding in ITV from satellite broadcaster Sky in July 2014 for £481 million

European cable operator Liberty Global said it had raised its stake in ITV to 9.9 per cent through a hedging deal but still had no intention of taking(...)

United Airlines recently joined the  list of companies offering hackers incentives to report bugs privately. Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

The discovery of a security flaw or cyber vulnerability by hackers used to be every company’s worst nightmare. Internal files, emails and source code (...)

Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport: reader suggests comparing local prices with duty-free prices before  buying. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh / The Irish Times

Brian Kearns contacted us about UPC and its new Payzone system, which was introduced last month. “In short, people who used to pay their bills in the (...)

Minister for Communications Alex White: signalled legislation on database access. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Department of Communications is seeking consultants to review the television licence database and system currently operated on its behalf by An Po(...)

Alex White: would not be drawn on how much the Government expects to spend on the whole process. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The dream of high-speed broadband has inched closer to reality for hundreds of thousands of people in rural Ireland. Minister for Communications Alex(...)

The Turf Club is entitled to enforce the rules of racing against a jockey and trainer in relation to a bet. O’Connell vs Turf Club IESC 57 (Supreme Co(...)

TV3 director of content Lynda McQuaid: killed off planned revival of Blind Date hosted by Lucy Kennedy.  Photograph: Brian McEvoy.

The Irish version of Gogglebox is still bound for TV3 screens – but not until autumn 2016. The show was one of the broadcaster’s big programme announc(...)

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